2018 MLK Kingdom Parade Art Exhibit
Leimert Park, California
The 34th Kingdom Day Parade Art Exhibit! A celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King thru the arts
In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, Kingdom Day Parade, Art aficionado’s enjoyed a collection of cutting-edge art from the emerging culture of diversity with its distinguished talent. The multicultural talented artists included some of Los Angeles most renowned visionaries who proudly exhibited at the 34th Annual Martin Luther King Parade in Leimert Park which was presented by the Congress Of Racial Equality. The select and historical exhibit took place on Monday, January 18th, 2016 where it was curated by esteemed Omar Holguin, who is the Director of La Mancha Gallery. Select artist for the exhibit included Ron Zeno with his renown recycled cardboard sculptures to the comparable and colorful abstract post cubist art of Darren Smith-Robinson.
“This event celebrates the life and legacy of Martin Luther King thru the arts” said Holguin of La Mancha Gallery. “From renown muralist and artist George Combs paintings and even Don Frazell’s Judgement Art Chapel, a tribute to John Coltrane were all featured in an exhibition that challenged the status quo and its institution. The Artist Exhibition was exclusively premiere for its people of Los Angeles to see while enjoying a day out at the Martin Luther King Parade”.The Martin Luther King Parade and Art Exhibit took place at Leimert Park Plaza which was located at 4395 Leimert Blvd, Los Angeles.
CLIENT: Congress Of Racial Equality
AGENCY: James Burke and friends Vision Theatre
ROLE: Curatorial Event Project